Conner Haddow has talked with Sports Shots as High Wycombe prepare to play host to Henley on Saturday.
The left-arm spinner, who is on the books at Northants, plays his Saturday cricket with High Wycombe, while he has also made his Bucks debut this season.
Talking of his current campaign at High Wycombe, Haddow told Sports Shots:
Yes, my season’s going alright a few ups and downs but on the whole having great fun. Getting a few wickets always helps and London Road is great.
Haddow’s side currently sit third in the top division of the Home Counties with the change last weekend from the limited over game to the timed format.
I feel with the longer format now being in place on Saturdays we can really come into our own and try to dominate sides. Marlesy (Dan Marles) has brought some new ideas to the group and everyone is buying in. I feel we are going to build some momentum in the coming weeks and get on a roll.
Early season wickets for Northants in second eleven cricket have caught the eye of the Bucks selectors; Four wickets against Nottinghamshire and three against Lancashire.
This has been my first year involved with the Bucks set up and I have loved every minute of it! Obviously knowing all the lads already has helped but I feel we have a really strong squad and can go very far. It also helps we have been quite successful in getting to finals day,
Hopefully the lads can churn out some performances in the 3-day cricket, and then we can get on with finals day after!
How do the two compare?
It’s a good comparison to twos cricket as you always feel in a battle.
Looking ahead, Haddow is keeping it simple.
2019 I’m just taking it as it comes and trying to enjoy my cricket. But I am looking forward to finals day and bringing that trophy home for Bucks and also trying to win each individual game for Wycombe every Saturday.